8 edition of Deadly Dances in the Bornean Rainforest found in the catalog.
July 30, 2006 by Kitlv Press .
Written in English
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He is the author of Deadly Dances in the Bornean Rainforest, Hunting knowledge of the Penan Benalui (KITLV ), and the Bulungan Ethnobiology Handbook (CIFOR ), a regional study of plants and animals in Indonesian Borneo.
His current research explores climate anthropology in Borneo and Europe/5(5). Puri, Rajindra K. () Deadly dances in the Bornean rainforest: hunting knowledge of the Penan Benalui. Royal Netherlands Institute of Southeast Asian and Caribbean Studies Monograph Series.
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Some of this work is published in the books, Bulungan Ethnobiology Handbook (CIFOR ), Deadly Dances in the Bornean Rainforest (KITLV Press, ) and Conducting Research in Conservation: A Social Science Perspective (Routledge ).
DEADLY DANCES IN THE BORNEAN RAINFOREST Hunting knowledge of the Penan Benalui For two years Rajindra Puri lived and hunted with the Penan Benalui people in the rainforest of eastern Borneo in Indonesia. Here he reports on Penan hunting techniques, the knowledge required to be a successful hunter, and the significance of hunting for Penan.
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